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.e.o., but investors' chatter is about her time in fairview mental hospital. >> tucker: (grunting) >> sharon: oh. >> tucker: oh. ohh, come on. you're not victor. that's the only reason prices are down. >> sharon: prices stabilized when victoria was in charge. >> tucker: well, victoria was c.e.o. as soon as you've proven yourself, there'll be sunny skies and big dollars. >> sharon: i can make decisions and deals and buys and sells, and it won't make any difference as long as victoria and nick are around. i can't fire 'em, although i might be able to make their lives difficult enough that it forces them to quit. >> tucker: now there's a thought. >> man: the newman scions prevailed, leading to mrs. newman's psychiatric evaluation. she's back, and newman enterprises has been downgraded to sell. >> victoria: (sighs) how do we fix this? >> nick: (sighs) there's gotta be some way to reassure investors, to install some confidence. it'd be a good time for dad to walk in that door right now. >> victoria: but he hasn't yet, with all hell breaking loose. when will he? i just don't understand why nobody's se
early and tuning in. we're happy to be joined again by tucker carlson in for the vacationing dave briggs. >> thanks for having me. >> alisyn: and peter johnson. >> thank you both. >> alisyn: there's so much to tell you about what's going on in middle east and the u.s. telling the americans in sudan and tunisia it's time to get out. tensions are still high following the violent protests and attacks we've seen all week and sudan rejected the u.s. request to send in marines for extra security. >> greg palkot is live in tunisia with the latest, greg? >> reporter: hey, gang, and this is one the of the two countries affected by that state department order which for today is first full day that it can go into effect. what it's basically saying is that family members and all nonessential personnel working in and around the u.s. embassy here should leave the country as soon as possible and also any americans here should use extreme caution. the officials had a we've been speaking to on the ground certainly do sound cautious. this appears to be precautionary, definitely is a response to friday's a
in tucker barnes with a little bit on our changing weather. >> back in the 40s in some spots. >> you need a light jacket, long sleeved shirt as kids were headed to the bus stop. we'll warm it up again in the upper 70s. a few spots will be close to 80. i know its astartling, isn't it? sound like the law and order theme music is what tony said yesterday. >> no rain appeared today. nothing more than a few clouds from time to time. lots of sunshine and dry. i mean the humidity levels are in check too here for your afternoon. let's a do some temperatures now at reagan national. we are at 57 degrees. but much of the area, particularly north and west has fallen back into the 40s. even some mid-40s. 50 right now in pittsburgh. 43 in binghamton. the entire mid-atlantic northeast seaboard here enjoying some own unseasonably cold temperatures. >> lost temperatures. thank you, tucker. >> time now to say hello to julie wright. see what is happening with on- time traffic. >> we do have say the bit of an incident to report as you guys continue in montgomery county along woodfield and warfield. that is w
, after a very short gain. their field goal kicker is the rookie justin tucker. there is belichick exercised on the sideline and here is what he is angry at. >> cris: did jacoby jones do anything wrong on this one? nope. didn't look like it. great play. >> al: second down and seven. flacco hanging in there! and to the outside again! and the catch is made by dennis pitta. his number one receiver coming into the game. already at the 35. free agent kicker tucker. >> cris: big year so far. 6 for 6. made kicks of 48, 51 and 56 last year replacing billy cundiff who missed the kick that could have sent the ravens to the super bowl a year ago. >> al: three long ones last week in philadelphia. from the 35 yard line on first down. inside give and going nowhere this time is ray rice. >> cris: obviously, you're playing two roles here. you're playing against the clock. you don't want to give tom brady another shot. i don't want my game winning field goal to be from 50 plus yards either. you got to think we have to get at least another 15, 20 yards. >> al: 10 or 15. massage the clock here. secon
kicker is the rookie justin tucker. there is belichick exercised on the sideline and here is what he is angry at. >> cris: did jacoby jones do anything wrong on this one? nope. didn't look like it. great play. >> al: second down and seven. flacco hanging in there! and to the outside again! and the catch is made by dennis pitta. his number one receiver coming into the game. already at the 35. free agent kicker tucker. >> cris: big year so far. 6 for 6. made kicks of 48, 51 and 56 last year replacing billy cundiff who missed the kick that could have sent the ravens to the super bowl a year ago. >> al: three long ones last week in philadelphia. from the 35 yard line on first down. inside give and going nowhere this time is ray rice. >> cris: obviously, you're playing two roles here. you're playing against the clock. you don't want to give tom brady another shot. i don't want my game winning field goal to be from 50 plus yards either. you got to think we have to get at least another 15, 20 yards. >> al: 10 or 15. massage the clock here. second down. incomplete. >> cris: whoa! >> al: bend
's the reason i am where i am right now. unbelievable, tucker anderson is in the hospital right now. this is not the most important thing in my world. i've got a bunch of stuff going on. i don't know where it came from, but i'm going to try to rekindl it often in the future. >> i know you went over to the hospital in atlanta to visit tucker. you and your father, larry. larry underwent a serious surgery, your father, last year. this is the second time he's been back with you at a golf tournament since the surgery. what did that mean to you and your father to go over to visit tucker and have him in the same city that you were able to win this championship today? >> it worked out to be like that. so lucky to have tucker here at shepard center, which is a phenomenal place to deal with brain injuries. he's in great care. i got to see him and he uplifted me. i was going up there, thinking for the worst. he's awake, alert and i told him if i -- i asked him did he think i was going to beat rory mcilroy today. he gave me a wink. that's all i needed. i give him credit for that. >> brandt, gre
to tucker barnes and weather. >> good morning. more of the same. gorgeous afternoon yesterday. we cooled off overnight here. temperatures have fallen back in you are outside the beltway back into the 50s and even some 40s. in for another nice one today. let's get to the radar, show you the satellite picture. as we look at our forecast for today, you can see that really tells you the whole story. lots of quiet conditions across the mid-atlantic and new england. you can get down towards atlanta without any cloud cover. very quiet continued weather pat were here across the region. let's do some temperatures. 61 in washington. that is nice and cool but outside the beltway, it is almost chilly. bwi marshall, 54 degrees. kids might want to put on a light jacket here if they are going to be at the bus stop for any period of time. it will warm up. highs in the low 80s. nice and dry afternoon. enjoy. >> i like dry and 80s. perfect. thank you. >> time to say hello to julie wright and see what is happening with the morning commute. >> good morning. a lot of folks tweeting about you, wisdom martin, this
if that will stick around, as tucker would say, for the rest of the morning. -- you will feel a little humidity out there this morning. i'm sarah simmons. >> i'm wisdom martin. we want to el you about a great event happening today with dr. oz. he will be at the howard university college of medicine giving free physicals to 1,000 people. >> we do want to point out all of today's participants are preregistered. the physicals will be given only to those already signed up. please do not come forward to howard for you are not selected a few weeks ago. we'll check in with holly morris in our 6:00 hour. she will be out there. >> that is a great event. >> you're taking my material. >> you love to say that. you always think it is so clever every time you do. >> early. i'm hoping people aren't quite awake yet. i try to save my real good stuff for later in the morning. it is hot and humid across the region. temperatures right now in the upper 70s and even a few spots that touch 80 degrees this morni. we could see afew showers move through here during the next few hours. this is a awake cold front off to the
ones. >> jeffrey tucker, the title, -- >> this is -- it came from -- i went over to have breakfast with a very old scholar at auburn university. greek and latin. it just one of these old gentlemen. the very first thing he said, would you like a cup of coffee. would you like bourbon in the coffee? was shocked. drinking in the morning. it's a taboo. what's interesting contrast. this old scholars southern gentleman piloting one of the great taboos, drinking in the morning. i said, yes. of course i would. so it was kind of this moment. i realize, lot of the things we think it's true or not true. we have a kind of fun world where you obey the central plan. for supposed to not give the college until or 18. the work into your 16. it's like their is a map for our lives that is imposed upon us. the book urges us to think outside the box. think about ways to do things in new ways. don't just accept what people tell you. try new things and considered different points of view. the title is a window into a very sustained less orthodox. but. >> also, you talk about the fact that morality in your
. ... >> and the author of these books in "it's a jetson's world" as well as "bourbon for breakfast." jeffrey tucker, let's start with "it's a jetson's world." what is the jetson's vs. plans don't dichotomy? >> thank you for having me. it approaches all sorts of issues. i mean i tried to capture the sense of miracles around us every day due to miracles of billing my childhood dream. that i would wake up and seedbed digital age was just an injury and walter cronkite will be on the air. to good to be true. so many things are amazing. the other day i parked my car with the iphone's up i saw all the restaurants around me i pulled up the menu and had to do the special like having x-ray vision to look inside the breast not. it is to draw attention to these amazing wings. to understand the sources. >> host: what is the flintstone's part of the book? >> guest: the government runs the arm taxes and regulation. day after day bureaucracy on how things have to be made and we see that breakdown and what we take for granted whether washington -- washing machines, dryers, everything is so heavily regulated things don't
with tucker. >> good morning. -- i'm wisdom martin. >> let's get started with a look at our rod arrest. it is warm and humid outside. we'll top out in the 80s this afternoon. we have a few showers out in western maryland this morning. we'll track those. that is actually associated with a cool front, not avery strong one. i think later tonight, the air will cool off a little bit and start to dry out. improvement is on the way. we do have some relief in sight. we do have more details including the all important seven-day forecast coming up in just a few minutes. back to you. >> it is day two of the democratic national convention. vice president joe biden and former president bill clinton are the head line speakers. >> last night, first lady michelle obama and a rising star in the party had key speeches. we have a report. >> reporter: every day, the people i meet inspire me. every day, they make me proud. every day, they remind me how blessed we are to live in the greatest nation on earth. >> reporter: the first lady also appealed to middle class families saying her husband understand the
tucker carlson to the set of "fox & friends." it's great to have you here in person. not just via satellite i'm happy to be here. >> happy to be here as well. >> happy to have both of you here on this intense weekend happening around the world. we start with a fox news alert. two marines were killed and several other troops injured when taliban fighters attacked a nak nato base in afghanistan. connor joins us from afghanistan. >> camp leatherneck is the largest u.s. and nato base in southern afghanistan in helmand province. also home to more than 10,000 it u.s. marines and british troops, including england's prince harry otherwise known as captain harry wales down there. because of its size and location it often takes indirect fire. they say last night's attack was more than just spare and spray rockets. they actually say that insurgents got inside the outer perimeter, firing rpg's rockets and small armed fires. the battle lasted for quite some time. 17 insurgent bodies inside the perimeter. gives you a sense of how many of these taliban fighters were actually able to get inside t
weekend is over but summer isn't ready to make its exit just yet. tucker has the full forecast when fox 5 morning news continues. [ harry umlaut ] that's one creamy muller. [ sally umlaut ] it's greek-style yogurt. this greek style yogurt has style. you can say that again. why thank you. this greek style yogurt has style. okay. stop saying it now. you're sending me mixed messages. [ male announcer ] muller. the european for yummy. . >>> welcome back. it is 6:15 on this wednesday. >> it is september 5th. >> your birthday. >> you did not forget this. >> this is the third time you've forgotten this. >> let's get right to the weather forecast. >> warm and humid. temperature are in the upper 70s to start your morning. it does not feel great out there. 79 in washington. look at quantico. 82degrees. sunrise this morning at 6:41, wisdom. we lost a minute from yesterday. 08 in annapolis. 77 in leonardtown. very warm start to the day, very humid start. maybe a shower or two on the horizon although not a whole lot going on right now. i think we're generally dry. there are a few showers and sprinkles
back, they want to know what is the weather going to be like. it will be a humid one for them, tucker. >> yes, offy to ahumid start. we'll be humid later today, tonight. >> like you never left your summer vacation. >> the summer weather stick around even though everybody is going back to school. good news here, let's go to the radar. most of your morning commute and most of the kids headed out to the bus stop this morning should be dry. we don't have a whole lot of rain out there at the moment although we do have a lot of cloud cover. a lot of humidity across the area. so this is a very humid air mass t continues to be stuck in place. we'll continue to do so for another day or twosm temperatures, 76 in washington. we are off tie rather summery start as we switch gears. -- we'll continue to do so for another day or two. 64 in binghamton. when you get up into new england, it gets a little bit cooler. here is your forecast for plent there will be rays of sunshine just like yesterday. any time this afternoon, we could pop up a shower or storm, much of your day will be just kind of cloudy
moon on the way in a couple of days. we'll check in with tucker for a full forecast when fox 5 morning news continues. >> beautiful skies at 6:11 this morning. >>> prince george's county police are ask for your help in the search for this man. is missing. 68-year-old george fairnot was last season on september 7th driving in the area of h treat northeast towards benning road. he drives a 2004 tan chevy pleaser inform you have any information on his whereabouts, prince george's county police want to hear from you. >>> drivers will have one final chance to voice their canadiens about the proposed dulles toll road rate hikes. it will be the third opportunity in a series of scheduled public hearings. the plan would double toll prices by 2015. that meeting is in spring hill elementary school some mclean at 5:00 tonight. >> they'll have to pay more. >>> now, we were talking about. this that is a live look outside right now over washington, d.c. over this region. what kind moon is that right now? >> that is a waning crescent moon. >> it looks like a forecast. >> it is beautiful. >> in a coupl
fox d.c. as well for any update >>> let's get to the latest wednesday weather with tucker barnes. good morning, tucker. >> good morning, allison, good morning, everybody. cool temperatures out there, lots of sunshine expected for you wednesday and the sunny streak continues here toward the middle and end of the week. let's get to it and show you the radar and satellite radar. out west, towards cincinnati and chicago, high pressure dominating that will continue to give us just a beautiful average here with lofts nine and dry conditions. it is a little cool out there part of the area falling back into the 40s. you may want a light jacket here. 60 at reagan national. 48 at dulles. bwi marshal, 53 degrees. another cool start to the day. should be a beautiful afternoon. high temperature a little warmer than yesterday in the low 80s, but a dry wednesday in store. more details on the forecast. we'll take a sneak peek for the weekend. >> if you are traveling eastbound along 66, delay coming out of manassas all the way to 286 coming towards the exit at fairfax county parkway. no problem leaving
. the latest on today's forecast from tucker and traffic from julie when we return. right now 7:10. it was someone else's fault. but this president cannot tell us that you're better off today than when he took office. [ female announcer ] here in virginia, we're not better off under president obama. his defense cuts threaten over one hundred thirty thousand jobs, lowering home values, putting families at risk. the romney plan? tax cuts for middle class families. north american energy independence. create over three hundred forty thousand new jobs for virginia. [ romney ] i'm mitt romney and i approved this message. >>> the teacher strike in chicago is making headlines as it enters 4th day. teacher performance evaluations based in part on how well students succeed. yesterday rev rend jesse jackson met with union and school officials. negotiators don't have the same sense of urgency he's seeing. 350,000 students have been out of class since monday. >> men's basketball coach jim calhoon is retiring. expected to make the announcement today. the 70-year-old hall of famer led to 3 nat
gaffe. [inaudible] >> sean: joining me is tucker carlson and kirstin powers. >> he said obama was as an african-american, clean and articulate. you can't go to a 7-eleven without a slight indian accent or a dunkin donuts. he's a walking, talk gaufer machine. and barack, a three-letter word, jobs, j-o-b-s. >> i feel like we have talked about this before. the biden-opollous thing. that's a joke and not that big of a deal. he does make a lot of gaffes. he will be on teleprompter, i'm sure. i am sure the democrats are hoping that he will behave. though he doesn't seem to pay a price so maybe they don't care. >> sean: tucker carlson-opollous? >> i'm for humor. at least it's real. of all the phonies who are going to get up next week, i'm going on sunday -- any gathering that celebrates the policies of barack obama is, by definition extremist in my opinion. it is going to be horrible-- >>> tucker, you said that barack obama is articulate and clean and everything else. he can't go to a 7-eleven without a slight indian accent. >> i think fisaid that, i would be in another line of work
-time speaking spot is this man. watch his latest gaffe. [inaudible] >> sean: joining me is tucker carlson and kirstin powers. >> he said obama was as an african-american, clean and articulate. you can't go to a 7-eleven without a slight indian accent or a dunkin donuts. he's a walking, talk gaufer machine. and barack, a three-letter word, jobs, j-o-b-s. >> i feel like we have talked about this before. the biden-opollous thing. that's a joke and not that big of a deal. he does make a lot of gaffes. he will be on teleprompter, i'm sure. i am sure the democrats are hoping that he will behave. though he doesn't seem to pay a price so maybe they don't care. >> sean: tucker carlson-opollous? >> i'm for humor. at least it's real. of all the phonies who are going to get up next week, i'm going on sunday -- any gathering that celebrates the policies of barack obama is, by definition extremist in my opinion. it is going to be horrible-- >>> tucker, you said that barack obama is articulate and clean and everything else. he can't go to a 7-eleven without a slight indian accent. >> i think fisaid that
. >> let's check in with tucker barnes to talk about weather. >> good morning. d morning. more of the same. we have plenty of sunshine. highs back in the low 80s. we have a few clouds out to the west into portions of western virginia and west virginia. so instead of perfect sunshine, we'll have mostly sunny skies today and a little further off to the north and west, out towards detroit, you see thicker cloud cover. this is a cold front which will come in here later tonight and could kick off a shower although i think most of the area will remain dry. bottom line, generally nice conditions around here today with sunshine, high temperatures expected to be about 80 or so. more details on the weather including a closer look at the weekend in just a minute. back to you. >> thank you. >>> more anti-american protests topping our stories right now. the united states bracing for more protests around the muslim world today and libya has made arrests in the attacks that killed american ambassador. the identities of the other americans killed are also released. let's take a live look right now. the pr
'm wisdom martin. welcome to fox 5 morning muse and welcome, tucker barnes. he will tell us all about the weather. >> i am in 45 seconds. >> happy weather. >> it is great outside. a couple of little conditions. jacket weather for the kids at the bus stop just like yesterday. clear skies, getting a lot of radiational cooling. all of the heat will escape into the atmosphere. >> go ahead. just escape. we don't need you here. >> we do need a little bit. we'll get it back later today. let's get right to your temperatures. i don't know, sarah. i'm practicing patience with it but it is scaring me. dulles, 49 degrees. look how cool it is. so once you get outside the beltway here, temperatures fall off very quickly into almost the cool range here. 49, that is awfully cool. there is your radar. not going to feature any showers today. it will be just like yesterday. lots of sunshine. maybe a bit of a breeze during the day. very comfortable conditions so here it is. nice time of year and the sunny streak continues for another one. 80 your daytime high. a degree or two warmer than yesterday. other
, let's check in with tucker. >> they never vote to decrease prices on anything, do they? >> no, they don't. the weather is warm and humid today. showers and storms back in the forecast. we'll have a look at traffic too with julie wright after the break. anncr: it'll start out as concrete and steel... but it'll become so much more. a new world-class resort casino in prince george's county. two thousand construction jobs to build it. four thousand permanent, good-paying jobs when it's done. hundreds of millions for maryland schools... real oversight to make sure the money goes... where it's supposed to. but none of it will happen unless we vote for... question seven this november. vote for question seven. and help build a better future for maryland. from the first hands-free system, and micro-climate controls powered by twinchill technology, the new ge french door refrigerator puts fresh in a whole new light. come see the new ge french door refrigerator for yourself at bray & scarff. buy now and save up to $500. but hurry this incredible offer ends october 10th. come in today or
morning. i'm tony perkins. >> i'm alison seymour. tucker barnes also with us, rounding out the crew here. he's in the weather center with a look at this day. >> allison, whoa, whoa, talking about football. >> did you know you're in it? >> i had no idea what the topic was, i kept it a secret. >> weather looks fine. cool start to the day. should be a lot of sunshine, what else is new? weekend looks great. we'll take it. live look at radar. a few clouds, as we get into the afternoon hours, that green you see, the cold front will start to approach the area. i don't think we'll see much in the way of shower activity. some of the clouds will move in late this afternoon and tonight. maybe a shower around here overnight into the first part of tomorrow. good news, the front will clear the coast early tomorrow morning and set us up for a great looking weekend, with lots of sunshine and highs in the 70s. current temperatures, speaking of 70s, 70 at reagan national. 62 dulles. bwi marshall, 86 degrees. forecast today, lots of sunshine, warm afternoon, 83 degrees your daytime high. tony, more details
gill johnson and tucker carlson. tucker, president all this week, "i'm so sorry," at the u.n. "i'm so sorry." some movie trailer came out, it's wrong, it's disgusting. he did it, hillary did it, susanries did it, jay carney did it. why are they pandering this way? right here in america we have a group in dearborn that's trying to stop freedom of speech. where's the president on this in. >> because the left, contrary to popular opinion, is not the defender of free speech. you know, anytime you hear a person use the term "hate speech" you are listening to an attack on the first amendment, because you're hearing an argument that says there are things that says there are things so far out of the mainstream that they ought to be banned. slate, the online liberal magazine this week ran a piece that said we run the first amendment too seriously, there are things that are too offensive that they ought to be banned. it's a terrifying development. >> sean: tonight, it was the lead on drudge, as i was coming down to the program tonight, we're going to give another $450 million, the person that g
're with us on this tuesday morning. >> also happy to have tucker barnes back from a well deserved vacation. good morning. >> nice and cool overnight and temperatures across much of the area right now back in the 40s. yeah, the 40s. some of the coolest temperatures since may and not your imagination if you say oh that's refreshing. 57 now in washington. check it out lots of 40s there. 46 in manassas. 45 this morning in gaithersburg. and in frederick. 44 martinsburg. in some spots chilly enough you might want a light jacket or long sleeved shirt here particularly for the kids at the bus stop for a couple of minutes. all right lots of sunshine in the live shot and lots of sunshine expected on your tuesday. should be another close tippiest day. with high temperatures -- to perfect day. with high temperatures topping out in the low 70s and low humidity and just a few passing clouds from time to time. honestly here the weather pattern nice and dry for most of the woke here. even the end of the week temperatures and sunshine should be abundant. there's the forecast, high upper 70s and nice and dr
. >> a good thing. >> and won't to go to tucker barnes who has the latest this morning. good morning, tucker. >> good morning, everybody. warm and muggy start to the day. what else is now? temperatures right now in the upper 70s and going to be a hot one this afternoon. i think slowly we'll lose the humidity and gradually improving forecast into the weekend and the cooler temperatures on the way as well and get a look at the numbers at reagan national, the current temperature is in the 70s, 79 degrees. annapolis, 7:00 a.m. and annapolis, 80 degrees. it's not july anymore, it's september. 81 in quantico. no relief to the south and west, hagerstown, good morning. 72 degrees and dew point temperatures running in the 70s and there is a lot of humidity out there. a few showers to the north and west and a weak cold front moving through shortly and that can kick off a few showers out there during the first half of the day. later this afternoon, i think it's partly to mostly sunny and it might actually feel drier this afternoon. 87 in washington. ninety in quantico and 89 in this afternoon in freder
court. raul vega charged with killing musician dewey tucker in january. they say he mistook tucker for a rival gang member and killed him in a drive-by shooting. three other men were also charged with the murder. authorities say vega also stabbed another men, angel es esparza. >>> sheriffs discovered 500 marijuana plants growing near marshall. a game warden found a man in camouflage carrying pruning clippers in the area. the man led officers to the clop, and he was arrested. he is being held by u.s. customs while the investigation unfolds. >> we have a warming trend kicking in tomorrow. pretty warm in your inland spots. and we'll see sunshine throughout the weekend, warm temperatures, and the fog is going to return next week. temperatures right now, sitting in the mix of 50s as well as 60s. and we'll be waking up to the mix of 50s and 60s. it's going to warm up quickly by the lunch hour. by 3:00, all the red on your screen is indicating 90s. so hot temperatures tomorrow. let's take a look at those starting off in the south bay. upper 80s for los gatos tomorrow afternoon, 86 for cam
to walk in safety and comfort. >> stephanie tucker. >> good afternoon. >> good afternoon commissioners. i am stephanie tucker, we are here to express our strong support for this project. we have heard from district 5 residents their strong support for this. two deaths are too many along masonic avenue. and we thank everyone who has done their due diligence in outreaching to the community. and problem solving any potential issues that could come up as a result of removing parking. and i just want to say, our office is highly empathetic to our residents who are losing parking. especially those who have disabilities that prohibit them from being able to walk or take the bus. but in the end, we feel that this project is the right project for district 5. and it's the right thing to do for the citizens of san francisco. for five years we have been pushing to have this project realized. we are very grateful to see that we are taking this very important step today. and i -- i strongly support you approving it and moving forward. thank you. >> thank you. >> peter lauterborn. >> good afternoon. >>
....setsp... rookie kicker justin tucker... first n-f-l attempt...46 yarder. ravens lead 3-0... tucker perfect on the night..2nd quaer...10-3 ravens...flacco off his ck foot.perfect strike to anquan boldin... splits the safeties.play reviewed...touchdown stands... 34 yard score...ravens lead 17-3....beforehe end f tte half...4th and 1 for the bengals from the 6...benjarvis green-ellis powers for the first down...stretches across the goal line...cincy dow7 at the break....3rd quarter.. bengals cutt to 4...flacco lofts it for dennis pit... who's got hops...brings in the t-d...rave up 24-11....22 seconds left in the 3rd...andy dalton misses his target... look who's ther..ed reed first terception of the seas...returns it 34 yards for his 7th i-n-t for a touchdown....with that he passes former raven rod woodn for most terception yards all-time with 14-hundred 97...raaens lead -13....next bengals drive...dalton tries to run forra first down... lewis fooces the fumble... laarius webb recovers... lewis.. solo tackles by the 17-year vet....ray rice punches it ii from 1-yard out...his 2nd rushing t-d.
close... rookie kicker justin tucker looks to make his first game winnnng kick, and does!!!! ravens win 31-30... a big win, but after the game, the real story was toorey smith's decision to play, and honor his brother. play, and honor smith's decision o story was torrey the game, the reel a big win, but after ravens win 31-30... a big win, but after the game, the real story was torrey ssith's decision to torrey: i just said aaquick .- prayer, took a knee. you know obviousll yoo plaa with a heavy heart, you want to play for that person. and thhn my mom and all my family was back at the house watching and they didnt' even know i was going i texted my mom when i got te. - when i really made my decision - that i was going to play. she was excited abouu it, she was like of course he wants you to play. you know he admired you the patriots are 1-2 on the season. there's so much more to talk about with this game,,and that's exactly what we're doing this morning. joel .. mith is live at panera in towwon to see what the fans areesaying, and to also hear more from torrey smith's teammates
...and in the end, it all came down to their rookie kicker..justin tucker's field goal didn't eeactly hit it right down the middle,but it was good as time exxired , giving the ravens both a new star,,, justin tucker: "hopefully this is one of many. i relish the opportunity and it's fun. morgan and sam make it really eesy for me. i'm excited and one game it's one in the books it's timeeto moveeon to next week now."bernard pollard: "he's different from every other kicker. man, the dude has character, man. hh's loud, he's having fun and we're enjoying him."bruce cunninnham: "is he s laid pack as he seems?"pollard: belongs ii this locker room." the day's other bbg story?the orioles in a key doubleheader at camden yards..we'll have hilight from game one...coming up in sports later in the hour.. o... many fans... are in awe... of.. what... torrey smith... was ble to do.../.he played despite the death of his youngerbrother who died in a traffic accident in north virginia.add... his performance... o his honesty ...about his feelings...// and... you have... a player... win
morning news. >> i'm sarah simmons. let's check in with gwen to get the latest on your weather. tucker barnes taking a few days off and he left you with the humid weather. >> he did. he left me with a weather plate of worms. i have to tell everybody all the thins they don't want to hear. and mosquitos on top of it. weather has a little part in that, i think. let's take a look at our radar. we just had a few pop-up showers here and there to areas of our west and southwest. we can't rule out an isolated shower before the morning hours are over. not going to put a damper on your whole day at all but there is a slit chance that we could see a shower here and there. as we go to the weather maps, let's take a look at where we hit yesterday with our highs. 90degrees at reagan national airport. we hit 91 at dulles and 90 at bwi. we have 79 degrees at annapolis. national airport, 79 as well. we've got 75 degrees at dulles. so temperatures this morning really starting out very much on the warm side. that is i apretty good indication of where we are headed, folks. your daytime high today, 90 degr
-0. but the ravens tie in. vonta leach. justin tucker, 55-yard field goal ties the ravens record. they were out playing the eagles. philadelphia comes back. lls left.ick roles lef there was the key play of the game. jones was called for offensive pass interference. the eagles had new life and take advantage. michael vick, 80 yards and a dive into the end zone. ray lewis and john harbaugh have an issue with the replacement referees. >> the challenge for us is to figure out what constitutes what. what constitutes a pass interference? >> there are calls that the regular refs -- we know the calls that would be made. that should not happen. that should not be the case. but iit is. >> the ravens have a 10 point lead and could not close it out. >> thank you. >> protests expected to continue at u.s. embassies in the middle east. >> long glance at the airport and other airports. cutbacks could affect homeland security. ion. \is a l may be it is a tiger. we'll explain what this cub releases really is. >> a couple of accidents. one in middle river. >> more calls this morning for anti-american protests in
is tucker barnes. >> another nice tart spot day. we have temperatures in the 50s and low 60s. what will friday have in store? how about the weekend? i'll have details on that weather-wise and julie wright will have a look at traffic too coming up after the break. e br -- another nice start to the day. [ woman ] dear chex cereal, i've never written a fan letter before, but you've done what i thought was impossible: you made good-for-you, glut-free cereals in a whole bunch of yummy flavors. cinnamon chex and honey nut chex are two of our favorites. when my husband rob found the chocolate one, we were in cereal heaven. the only problem is, with so many great flavors you're making it very hard to choose. so thanks. from your fans, the mcgregor family. 'cause we love chex. [ male announcer ] love chex? connect with us on facebook. >>> taking a look at the monuments outside over washington, d.c. very fall-like temperatures out there right now. we'll check in with tucker in a seconden. it was a gorgeous day yesterday as people were saying a final good-bye for an american hero. hundreds ga
with tucker barnes. >> nice conditions in the 50s and low 60s. a good looking weekend too. something to look forward to as we get into saturday and sunday. lots of sunshine in the 70s. >> good-looking weekend. >> jackets for the kids this morning. >> maybe a light jacket but we'll be back up to the 80s this afternoon. we've got a couple of clouds out to the west. there will be a few more clouds than yesterday. well north and west out towards chicago, a cold front which will finally be able to make its move toward the washington area later today. as we get into the nighttime hours, we'll see more cloud cover and there could be a sprinkle or light shower later tonight and early tomorrow morning. temperatures right now at reagan national, 65 degrees. it is up a little bit from where it was 4 hours ago. 5 # at dulles. bwi marshall, 56 degrees. more of the same today. lots of sunshine. 83 your daytime high and again, that is a little warm for this time of year. average daytime high is 80 degrees. 53 at dulles. >> let's get right to julie wright. >> there was a police chase that ended on the beltw
of the weather with tucker barnes. >> good morning. it is warm, humid outside and even a better chance of showers and storms today as the real remnants of isaac start to move in from the west. you can see those live there on the radar out in west virginia and ohio. they will be pushing in later today riding along that frontal system. it is stalled across the region. lots of clouds. i know there are a lot of barbecues planned today. not going to be perfect for it. we'll have more details on the forecast coming up. we'll take a look at the seven- day forecast. >>> in politics, the democrats get their turn this week. their national convention gets under way tuesday in charlotte, north carolina. >> melanie alnwick has more on what they had to say on the sunday tax shows. >> reporter: the message machine for the democratic national convention was out in force sunday. one big question, how to defend the president's economic record. on fox news sunday, chris wallace pressed obama advisor david axelrod about unemployment going up, income going down and debt rising too. >> just looking at the president's
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